Wednesday 14 November 2012

Med-View Airlines justifies choice of MMA2 for operations

Sky Watch Nigeria.

The newest airline in Nigeria’s aviation industry, Med-View Airlines, at the weekend, explained why it chose the Murtala Mohammed Airport Terminal Two (MMA2), Lagos, as its operational base.
The airline, which began operation last Thursday, after a colourful ceremony at MMA2 attended by several prominent Nigerians, said although some other options were considered for its operational base at the initial stage, it settled for MMA2 because of the “efficient facilities there”.

Managing Director of Med-View Airlines, Alhaji Muneer Bankole, told the management team of Bi-Courtney Aviation Services Limited (BASL), operators of MMA2, that the advantages and disadvantages of the different offers they got to use as a base were considered before they finally decided that they would operate from MMA2.

According to him, “having paid several visits to the terminal to see all the facilities on ground, my management team concluded that it is only MMA2 that can offer the kind of high quality services we need. We are thrilled by the clean and organised environment that you people have turned the terminal into.

“The kind of crowd we are expecting to patronise our services can only be accommodated at MMA2. That is why we have the biggest office by any airline at the terminal. We are ready to be a good tenant. We promise that we would not disappoint you; we would not disappoint Nigerians”.

Replying, the Chief Executive Officer of BASL, Christophe Penninck, assured the airline that MMA2 was prepared to render the best services to Med-View, as well as any other airline that may want to operate from the terminal.

Penninck also promised to sustain the clean environment of the terminal and the facilities “so that it would always be the centre of attraction to Nigerians and foreigners alike”

SOURCE: Nigerian Aviation News.


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